How to Manage, Backup, and Restore your System Files in Sage 50 Accounting

How to Manage, Backup, and Restore your System Files in Sage 50 Accounting ?

Support Team Asked on December 15, 2017 in Sage 50.
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    Below is the Solution Managing Your System Files

    Your Sage 50 Accounting data is stored in a My SQL database. Every database consists of an SAI file that contains profile information of your company data, and a folder with an SAJ extension that contains your actual company data as well as user security information. Both the folder and the file are required to open your company in Sage 50 Accounting.

    Below is the Solution Backup and Restore

    Your company records are indispensable. They help you invoice your customers, pay your suppliers on time, and to provide all information you need to plan for your business’ future. Because your company files do so much, you should take the time to ensure that all your financial data is safe and secure. Creating a daily backup schedule  is a great timesaver and will ensure consistent data backups.

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    Sage 50 Accounting can remind you to backup your company data each time you close your company, or you can also create a backup schedule to have Sage 50 Accounting automatically back up your data when you close your company file on the scheduled day.

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    Support Team Answered on December 15, 2017.
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